Daily Archives: 19 May 2006

Question For You …

Here’s a 2003 news story of a priest. Given just this information, would you accept his assignment in your parish? A — priest was convicted of patronizing prostitution Thursday after he entered a no-contest plea. The misdemeanor charge against the … Continue reading

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Oregon Bishop Criticizes Lay Response

Portland Archbishop John Vlazny speaks out on his continuing frustrations with the sex abuse/cover-up scandals and their fallout. He doesn’t lack for some sincere and heartfelt expressions. And there’s no lacking for a moment or two of narcissism either: Nineteen … Continue reading

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Lunar Science Beckons

Good considerations when we make it back to the moon. I always thought the moon would be incredibly interesting. During Apollo, we didn’t know what to look for. Now we know that even small bodies like Enceladus have great surprises; … Continue reading

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Continuing the Discussion

… from yesterday’s scattered post. First, as I’ve said countless times before on this blog, the content of the liturgy (be it 1970, 1962, or whatever) is less vital than the spiritual qualities the celebrants (meaning all the people) bring … Continue reading

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Free For Each Other

Today, The Da Vinci Code will finally be released. But I would like to note that this year marks the centenary of Dietrich Bonhoeffer’s birth. I trust that, as time passes, we will find ourselves giving more attention to Bonhoeffer … Continue reading

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